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This course deals with the evolving role of government in a democratic society. It covers market efficiency, market failures, efficiency and equity or fundamentals of welfare economics; public goods and publicly provided private goods, public mechanisms for allocating resources, alternatives for determining public goods expenditures, externalities and the environment and cost-benefit analysis.


Pre-requisites: ECON2016 or MATH2401(Anti-requisite: MATH3414)

Semester: 2

Lecturer: Mr Rayon Cameron

Position: Adjunct Assistant Lecturer

Office Hours: N/A

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